Watch past Summer Fellows describe their experience or read about it first-hand on the Fellows’ blog.
The Summer Fellowship Program places eligible students with Franklin County nonprofit organizations for a 10-week period. Students receive valuable experience and a paid stipend for their work, while nonprofits benefit from the additional support students provide to a specific program or objective.
Who is eligible to apply?
Individuals fitting the following criteria are eligible to apply for program:
How long is the Fellowship?
The Fellowship is 10 weeks long running from June 5, 2017 to August 11, 2017. This would include the full-time work of the Fellow, Learning Circle meetings, and any opening and closing orientation sessions for both the Fellow and selected organization.
How does the student selection process work?
How much does the Fellowship pay? And how does the Fellow receive his or her stipend?
The Fellow will receive a stipend of $6,000. Each fellow is considered an employee of the host organization and will be paid through the organization’s payroll system.
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How can a nonprofit organization become a host site?
If you are a nonprofit organization, please visit the Nonprofit Center to learn about how you can be involved in the Summer Fellowship Program.